Comverse is a leading provider of telecom business solutions for wireless communication service providers across the globe.
The company offers innovative products portfolio designed to service over two billion subscribers and delivers its solutions in a variety of models, including cloud and hosted/SaaS services.
As a part of its ongoing efforts to provide reliable and efficient service, Comverse assisted its customers (including TMobile, Bell Canada, etc.) with upgrading the technology equipment in their facilities.
Ahold is an international retailing group comprised of well-known consumer brands and quality supermarkets.
The company is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates several big-name grocery chains in the United States through its subsidiary, Ahold USA.
Ahold USA made a strategic decision to upgrade its existing POS infrastructure and needed to find a simple, reliable, and compliant way to dispose of its old equipment and other related e-waste
Takeda Pharmaceutical (previously known as Millennium Pharmaceuticals) is a leading bio-pharmaceutical company located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Millennium has dedicated its work to battling cancer and developing innovative drugs and treatment for cancer patients around the world. Millennium was phasing out the old technology and replacing its computer equipment with new units.
The company wanted to recover the maximum value from laptops that were no longer in use but were in good condition.
As it often happens, the condition of used equipment varied greatly from item to item thereby affecting its price in secondary IT markets.
Even best laptops with unknown quality, untested and with no warranty simply have no resale value.
That’s why Millennium needed a trusted partner to bring its used laptops to resalable condition and find potential buyers.
Akamai is the leading provider of cloud services for enterprises and corporations operating one of the world’s largest network platforms.
Being on the cutting edge of technology requires the company to continuously upgrade its IT hardware and infrastructure and leaves behind large quantities of used IT assets.
Historically, Akamai contracted one of the big-name vendors for all of its IT value recovery needs.
LogMeIn is a cloud-based service provider focusing on remote control, file-sharing, systems management, data backup, business collaboration, and on-demand customer support solutions.
ICT has become an asset disposition provider of choice for LogMeIn ever since our first transaction.
Over the years, we helped LogMeIn handle multiple projects involving e-waste disposal, surplus material removal, and network and servers equipment decommissioning.
For eight years before it was acquired by HP, 3Com partnered with ICT as its exclusive asset disposition services provider.
ICT helped 3Com solve its ongoing inventory problems by providing logistic services and handling its Bstock, subassemblies, excess of production, customer returns and RMA buffer stock across America, Europe and Asia.
Over years, ICT developed expertise in all lines of 3Com materials including enterprise and SMB networking, telecom, and security hardware as well as telephony equipment.
During its cooperation with 3Com, ICT helped the company to recover over 2 million dollars providing a continuous revenue stream from surplus and obsolete stock and eliminating the need to manage legacy technology.